Small businesses in Gwinnett County can now apply for some of the $20 million in federal grants and loans that are available through the county’s Small Business Assistance Program.
Noble Fin closed its doors in Peachtree Corners on Saturday after attempting to make a go of business in a world where business operations are dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gwinnett residents will have more options when it comes to picking up their groceries during the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic.
The General Assembly passed legislation Wednesday to keep in place certain unemployment benefits that were expanded in Georgia during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gwinnett County beer lovers will soon have a new place to toast with their friends. Ironshield Brewing, located in Lawrenceville, announced its plans to open next month.
Four local chambers of commerce are urging state senators to pass a Georgia hate crimes bill that was drafted by state Rep. Chuck Efstration, R-Dacula, and has been sitting in the Georgia Senate for more than a year.
A distillery planning to open in the Lawrenceville train depot has the green light from city leaders to do so.
Gwinnett County businesses can apply for funding to help them recover from COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, county officials said.
ATLANTA — Georgia tax collections rebounded somewhat last month from a dismal showing in April but still were down significantly compared to May of last year.
Local ICU nurses and staff who have been working long hours deal with patients during the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic recently got a warm meal as a sign of appreciation from employees at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ Suwanee/Duluth Office.
Two Walmarts in Lawrenceville closed earlier today because of threats of violence, City Manager Chuck Warbington has confirmed.
Gwinnett County commissioners cleared the final hurdle to issue bonds that are designed to support the construction of a major mixed-use development near the Mall of Georgia on Tuesday.
An empty building near Gwinnett Place Mall that once housed a Dave and Busters and a Havertys Outlet will soon become the final link in the shipping chain between producers and consumers.
ATLANTA — Initial unemployment claims in Georgia fell last week for the third time in the last four weeks, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) has named April Sorrow Vice President of Communication. She will succeed Bonnie Jones, who is retiring at the end of July.
Suwanee officials announced they will offer businesses a tax break to help them recover from any negative economic affects they felt form the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic.
Two job boards have been launched by the Gwinnett Chamber and Partnership Gwinnett to help the business community recover from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said his office purchased 35,000 U.S. Food and Drug Administration-authorized non-surgical face masks from Marena Group in Gwinnett County for the election.
Twenty-three CVS locations, including five in Gwinnett County, are now serving as COVID-19 testing sites, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday.
The Kroger Co. announced Friday that it will provide a special "Thank You Pay" to hourly frontline grocery, supply chain, manufacturing, pharmacy and call center associates to acknowledge their dedication to maintaining safe, clean and stocked stores.
ATLANTA - Nearly 243,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week, a slight increase over the 228,352 filed the previous week, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total $100,000 in emergency funding grants to organizations responding to the impacts of COVID-19 during its April meeting, including $40,000 to organizations serving Gwinnett County.
In response to the growing demand at local food banks, The Primerica Foundation is providing funding to increase refrigeration and storage capacity for fresh produce and perishables, as well as purchase food for the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s emergency network.
Lidl's new store located at 5270 Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree Corners will hold a soft opening — skipping a ribbon cutting due to the pandemic — on May 13.
ATLANTA — Nearly 230,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week, down from more than 266,000 claims filed during the previous week, state Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler reported Thursday.
ATLANTA — Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is proposing to streamline the processing of business license applications to help the state’s economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Simon Property Group, which owns the Mall of Georgia in Buford and Sugarloaf Mills in Lawrenceville, reopened most of its malls in Georgia on Monday after being closed throughout late March and all of April because of the pandemic.
Peach State Federal Credit Union has donated $25,000 to local food banks — including two in Gwinnett County — to assist with the increased need brought on due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Veteran newspaper executive Mike Gebhart has purchased the majority ownership in Southern Community Newspapers Inc., parent company of the Gwinnett Daily Post and six sister newspapers, and digital operations consisting of a number of related websites.
Despite Gov. Brian Kemp ending the state’s shelter in place order, the Mall of Georgia and Sugarloaf Mills did not open Friday as had previously been reported.
ATLANTA — More than 266,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week, up about 19,000 from the previous week, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Dr. Audrey Arona is optimistic about the chances that Gwinnett County may have seen the worst of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic — but she's not ready to pop the cork on the champagne bottle just yet.
Universal Joint owner Bruce Kennedy and his staff recently hit a major milestone by delivering their 1,000th meal to Northside Hospital Gwinnett.
CNBC reported the Mall of Georgia and Sugarloaf Mills are among several malls that Simon Property Group plans to reopen on Friday.
ATLANTA — As Georgia dine-in restaurants and theaters prepare to reopen Monday, Gov. Brian Kemp continues to be hit with criticism over businesses including barbershops and hair salons he let reopen Friday.
Friday was the first day that some businesses shuttered by Gov. Brian Kemp's shelter-in-place order were allowed to re-open. In addition to hair salons, tattoo parlors, nail salons, bowling alleys and gyms were also allowed to re-open on Friday.
Georgia’s dairy farmers, along with Kroger Atlanta Division, have come together to deliver milk from the farm to the front lines. The new Great Georgia Give campaign will deliver 24,000 half-gallons of local Georgia milk to first responders and health care workers across the Atlanta metro area.
McDonald's has a message for America's frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic: You deserve a break today.
Local credit unions are taking up a challenge to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus disease pandemic.
Publix announced Thursday a new initiative to purchase fresh produce and milk to assist farmers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
ATLANTA - Nearly 250,000 Georgians filed initial unemployment claims last week as the coronavirus pandemic and Gov. Brian Kemp’s shelter-in-place order continued to shut down businesses across the state, the Georgia Department of Labor reported Thursday.
ATLANTA — A frequently asked question since Gov. Brian Kemp announced some businesses will be allowed to reopen in Georgia this Friday is how people are supposed to get a haircut while practicing social distancing.